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This Week in Sex: Scientific Flirting, After-Sex Selfies
  • April 13, 2014 : 23:04
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FLIRT THE SCIENTIFIC WAY

Put down that dating tips book and close that browser tab of pickup artist advice, because our pal science is here to tell us all how to flirt. The article “How to Flirt, According to Science,” assembled from multiple pieces of research on what works when trying to pick up, is here to tell you what to do: Brief glances in her direction and confident body language will get the signal out. If you start chatting to her and her voice is quick but steady, there’s a good chance you’re in. To learn more tips backed up by scientific insights, read the entire article at TheWeek.com.

MEN EXPLAIN THE VAGINA

In this video, a random group of men is given a medical model of a vagina and asked some basic anatomy questions like, “Where does pee come out? How can you stimulate the clitoris? What is a cervix?” It’s a time for both learning and fun as we get to see just what men do and do not know in regards to the part of a woman most men are obsessed with. Watch it right here:

LEFTIES HAVE BETTER SEX

A survey of 10,000 right- and left-handed people, asking them both about their levels of sexual satisfaction and their handedness, discovered a shocking statistic: 86 percent of southpaws reported that they were “extremely satisfied” with their sex lives as opposed to only 15 percent of righties. What could be the cause of such a large difference between the dominant hands? For more information get to News.com.au.

THE AFTER-SEX SELFIE TREND

Two weeks ago in This Week in Sex we wrote up the #cockinasock social media trend and now the news is all about “after-sex selfies”—self-shot photos snapped by a couple in their postsex state and posted with the hashtag #aftersex to social media services like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Unlike the cock-in-a-sock trend, the after-sex selfies have seen little censorship as most of the photos show no nudity, just close-ups of happy, tired couples. Discover more about the fad at YourTango.com.

SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT TESTOSTERONE

We all think we know a lot about the hormone testosterone: it’s the male sex hormone and it plays a role in building muscle, aggression and sexual functioning. But testosterone’s effects may be more complicated than you think. For example, women’s bodies produce it too, and women in love have elevated testosterone levels. Elevated levels of testosterone are also linked to raking in the big bucks, according to a study showing that testosterone peaked on days that traders made a higher profit. To find out even more surprising facts about testosterone, go to HealthyLiving.msn.com.

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